Citing sources might seem tedious, but it's important in academic writing for many reasons.
APA citation style requires in-text citations to direct readers to the References page at the end of your paper. In-text citations should appear within the body of the paper whenever you summarize, paraphrase, or directly quote someone else’s work. This tutorial will explain and provide examples of in-text citation in APA7.
In-text citations point readers to the References page, which is a list of all the sources used in your assignment. This tutorial will explain how to generate these references.
Paraphrasing is restating an author's information in your own words. It is a great way to condense another author's ideas from the source, or to put an idea into your own voice. This tutorial will demonstrate proper citation of paraphrasing
A bibliography is a list of works on a particular topic. An annotated bibliography includes a paragraph following each citation that summarizes the work. This tutorial will outline how to complete an annotated bibliography.
This guide will provide a brief introduction to interpreting Originality Reports in Turnitin via Canvas.